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Flights to Barcelona

Barcelona has one major airport, El Prat, which is located in the southern part of the city. El Prat is around 12 miles away from the city centre, and is well-connected to most major neighbourhoods via Metro, train, and road links. The city is a common connecting point for flights to the Balearic Islands, as well as destinations in North Africa.

Which is the main airport in Barcelona?

Barcelona's major airport is known as El Prat, and is located in the suburb of the same name. The airport lies 12 miles south of central Barcelona, and rail connections take 20-25 minutes to reach Sants - the city's central rail terminus. Some flights may also arrive at Girona, about 70 miles north of Barcelona. Bus transfers from there take around 45 minutes.

Which airlines offer flights to Barcelona?

Airlines offering flights from the London to Barcelona include Norwegian, Ryanair, Vueling, British Airways, EasyJet, and Jet2. All fly into Barcelona El Prat Airport, and flights will be available all year-round. Journeys will be direct, with no changes needed, and schedules aren't affected by seasonal differences. So reaching Barcelona is easy at all times of year.

Why travel by plane to Barcelona?

Flights to Barcelona are the fastest way to travel from UK cities. For example, it takes just 2 hours to fly from London Gatwick to Barcelona, and 2 hours 40 minutes from Glasgow Prestwick. Rail and road journeys are far more time-consuming. Travelling by train will also require at least one change, while flights travel direct. Another plus is that budget flights to El Prat are available all year-round, making visiting the city cost effective. Finally, passengers can fly from London, Glasgow, Bristol, Liverpool, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds/Bradford, Belfast, Edinburgh, and Birmingham, so the route has excellent coverage.

Before you travel to Barcelona by plane - good to know!

When transferring to the centre of Barcelona, it makes sense to purchase a 3-day Hola travel card. They are available from the airport's Metro station, but can also be purchased online before flying with a 10% discount. Attractions like the Picasso Museum, the Sagrada Familia, and Parc Guell are often busy, so booking in advance is advisable. Savings may also be available with the Barcelona City Pass, which bundles in return transfers to El Prat airport. Finally, head to Mout Tibidabo. The amusement park is great fun, and the views are amazing.


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